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Superman is my new hero. He kicks the KKK's ass and doesn't afraid of anything.
Superman is a bro. I like him
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I'M GONNA POST TMNT. YOU'RE GONNA READ IT.
http://www.mediafire.com/?mvzhyownzzj Book I
http://www.mediafire.com/?mnnjm0dnmtm Book II
http://www.mediafire.com/?zmynlognygn Book III
http://www.mediafire.com/?zjzlzmzbjju Book IV
This is the first 11 issues or so, plus extra shorter shorties, in color. This is where it all started. If this goes over well I'll post more.
The volume 2 link isn't working, can someone repost it please?
Such a thread might have existed, but I'm looking for any good webcomics, especially furry comics, (NO NSFW... so much), Since i've read poppy opossum.
I think you might have better luck in /fur/
Just finished One More Day and I have to say I liked it.
Peter's desperation is done well, the scene with Iron Man is great, so is every panel with Mephisto, possible outcomes of Peter's life interesting. Only the very last issue is bad, some pages real bad. They clearly cornered themselves. I like the idea that rather than giving up the merriage to save May, they gave it up for Peter to not end up miserable for the rest of his life and is allowed to find peace, but it was executed poorly and in a confusing way.
From the perspective of Spider-Man's status, I do not mind Peter becoming single and basically a younger version of himself. But, I really digged Back in Black and I think it is a pity they did not do one or two more arcs to develop Peter Parker as a felon. It is even a bigger pity, because BND was already planned, so they could have pushed Peter much further, since it would do no harm to the long-term mythos.
Ever since Marvel Comics showed the teaser last October for Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows as part of their upcoming Secret Wars event this summer, it appears to have reopened old wounds from J. Michael Straczynski’s infamous and controversial “One More Day.” Optimistic fans who saw the image of Peter Parker and Mary Jane Watson together with a daughter believed this was an answer to their prayers: Marvel was finally undoing one of the worst Spider-Man stories EVER! Others hardened by years of being jerked around by Marvel’s constant teases that they might bring Peter and Mary Jane back together were more skeptical, their suspicions intensified the more they learned about Renew Your Vows from its author, Dan Slott, the most recent being his comments at the Magic City Comic Con that the “real” Mary Jane was “lost” once she and Peter married. Others having vowed never to read Spider-Man again just didn’t care. Besides, there were far more important things to worry about like studying for exams, filing tax returns and catching up on The Walking Dead and Game of Thrones.Then there were those who seemed to have developed a sudden case of gametophobia, or at least one limited towards Spider-Man’s marriage, in they wondered why after being told by Marvel over and over why Spider-Man should never have gotten married in the first place they were seemingly bringing it back, let alone saddling him with some snot-nosed brat. After all, wasn’t Spider-Man all about “youth” and marriage and having kids made him “too old?” Isn’t Spider-Man having “soap opera-style romances” as definitive to his character as Daredevil being blind? Wasn’t it a mistake for Peter Parker to get married in the first place, let alone to someone like Mary Jane? Just like everything else about the new Secret Wars, it didn’t make a damn bit of sense.Yet before the marriage detractors could belt out the chorus of Remy Zero’s “Save Me,” a champion swung to their rescue–IGN comics reviewer Jesse Schedeen. In his latest “Between the Panels” column subtitled “Why Spider-Man Should Stay A Swinging Bachelor,” Schedeen attempted to make the case for why, in spite of what you may have felt about Peter and MJ exchanging their marriage to Mephisto for Aunt May’s life, Spider-Man comics are now better because of it. Needless to say, the article received thousands of responses, many of which were colorful variations of, “You have no idea what the **** you’re talking about.” To his credit, Schedeen does consider “One More Day” to be “a black mark on Spidey’s career,” and in his original review for Amazing Spider-Man #545 (the issue where the deal with Marvel’s devil went down) he gave it an “Awful” rating of 3.5 out of 10. He also doesn’t agree with Marvel’s claim that writers cannot tell certain stories with a married Spider-Man, pointing out how such logic can as easily apply towards an unmarried Spider-Man. And
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Also, if Schedeen is suggesting Peter dating a continuous variety of women allows for the possibility of more great loves, the comics themselves have shown otherwise. Fans still remember the likes of Gwen Stacy, the Black Cat and especially Mary Jane Watson because Spider-Man’s writers treated them as characters first instead of the next notch on his bed post. Adopting the notion there is no one woman for Peter doesn’t guarantee a better variety of love interests but creates even more all-but forgettable and derivative flings like Cissy Ironwood, Debra Whitman, Sarah Stacy, Michelle Gonzales, Carlie Cooper and Silk.
Yet don’t worry if Spider-Man never being able settle down into a steady, long-term commitment with one person means he can never mature as a person. Because as Schedeen explains, “One More Day” made Peter even more of a mature adult than ever before:The trick is ensuring that Peter doesn’t remain so fixed in his role as the bumbling everyman hero that he never grows or evolve.Perhaps marriage isn’t the answer, but Peter does have to act his age. That’s something the post-One More Day comics have been very good about.The point is to always move forward rather than keep looking back. What I resent most about the Spider-Man franchise over the past couple decades isn’t the bad stories like the Clone Saga or One More Day, it’s the potential that was wasted and the good storylines that were abandoned…Bringing back the marriage would be no better. It would force writers to abandon the character’s current momentum in favor of restoring an arbitrary status quo.
So there you have it, ladies and gentlemen. Spider-Man must stay a “swinging bachelor” because marriage is too much of a step forward, and he must also remain a swinging bachelor because marriage is too much of a step backwards. Spider-Man must grow and not grow to grow; he must evolve and not evolve to evolve; and above all else, he must be an “everyman” and not be an “everyman” to become an “everyman.” I can only wonder if after submitting this piece for IGN and rereading his own words if Mr. Schedeen then realized he’d driven himself around in more circles than Chevy Chase’s Clark Griswold did in National Lampoon’s European Vacation.And pardon me as I attempt to peel the palms of my hands from my face that, having read such “Brand New Day” gems such as Peter having a drunken one-night stand with his ever-complaining roommate, or breaking into hotel rooms to have kinky mask-only sex with costumed femme fatale, anyone can say with a straight face that the loss of his marriage has made Spider-Man “act his age.”
As a fellow Spider-Man fan, I do sympathize with the idea that much of his uniqueness as a superhero comes from him having money and girl problems. I also consider Spider-Man to be a continuous coming-of-age story, which is admittedly more effective if Peter Parker is still an adolescent, or least still in
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I'm trying to find a comic I read a while ago I remember the story, but none of the character names or how I found it. The art was all done in not-terrible 3D. Could I get some help?
We begin with an overview of how the world got f-ed up and was fixed by androids. A woman is looking at a part that she has to replace in some kind of 3D viewer.
Her daughter comes in asking to fly herself across the hinterlands, risking rape (or worse) because it's her birthday and she wants to have sex with her BF.
The girl mouths off to her android nanny, flies off, and, inevitably, gets kidnapped. She tries to fight off her captors with a sword crafted by nano-machines, fails, and later intentionally dislocates her wrist while being transported.
That's the last I read of it. Any help is appreciated!
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In a world of clones, the Human Liberation Army wants to free people from New Life's grasp. Their leader Gail will take the most drastic, personal measures yet to do so. Rathmann, a former homicide detective turned New Life enforcer, is on the case, and is asking tough questions. Violet, a young girl and one of the few non-cloned humans—or Pures—left, is longing to enter the real world. But she has no idea the danger she is stepping into.
Since its first issue came out, Eternal has been a very interesting series. It began with a really interesting concept about how humanity would cope with being immortal and what kind of moral issue this would create. The characters of Rathmann and Violet are well-developed and their struggle to live in society is very engaging. The artwork and colouring by Simeone and Metcalfe had been excellent. The futuristic landscape they were able to create was perfect and helped to bring the plot to life.
I would thoroughly recommend this mini-series to anyone who enjoys reading comics.
Man you got me with that comic.
The precocious young girl, Mafalda, has been a very popular character in South America and the rest of the world ever since Joaquín Salvador Lavado (known for his penname, Quino) began her comic strip in 1964. The strip actually only lasted until 1973, but Mafalda continues to be a popular character, especially as Quino has licensed her out to a number of uses (like cartoons) and most notably, has allowed her to be used by UNICEF to get their message across.
Now here’s the amazing thing – the whole series was created as an ADVERTISING gimmick!
Fellow Argentine artist Miguel Brascó approached Quino with the idea of doing a comic strip that would secretly work as advertising. The idea was simple, the strip would advertise the “Mansfield” line of household appliance from the Argentine Siam Di Tella company by having a young girl and her family all shown using their various products throughout the strips. It would be product placement in the strip (plus, all of the characters’ names would begin with M).
His clever ruse was quickly seen through and the strip was rejected. Some people, though, felt that the strip showed promise on its own merits and eventually Quino edited out the advertising aspects and began doing the strip straight and it became very popular.
Thanks :) I haven't seen translations before and can't read Spanish very well.
Post frames from cartoons where a female character is unusually-proportioned, in the context of that show.
do you follow the /co/ generals?
did you voted already?
Am I a faggot?
Oh, hm. I chose Alexandrite because porking all 3 (4) main gems is how I ship Steven. If I weren't a turd I'd get to animating a porn parody ala Zone. The show's got enough innuendo it'd be easy enough to get the audio at least :3
Wasn't there an episode of totally spies where the spies were bloated for some reason?
Just wondering if anyone can give me the name to this cartoon.
Not a cartoon, just a piece of artwork by a guy named Daryl Toh Liem Zhan. I think you can find it on DeviantArt
Looks kind of like Generator Rex.